"These Paths" as written by and Nicholas Joseph Zinner Karen Lee Orzolek....
These paths we'll cross again, again
These pants rubbed off against, against
These paths we'll cross again, again
These pants rubbed off against, against

Take your seat on the tip of the star that you see
Take your piece, take a sip or you'll starve from that shit
Take your piece of that star, take your piece of it kid
Take your piece or you'll starve, take your piece, take it kid

These paths we'll cross again, again
These pants come off against, against
Take your seat on the tip of the star that you see
Take your piece, take a sip or you'll starve from that shit
Take your piece of that star, take your piece of it kid
Take your piece or you'll starve, take your piece, take it kid

These paths we'll cross again, again
These pants come off against, against
Take your seat on that tip of the star that you see
Take your piece, take a sip or you'll starve from that shit
Take your piece of that star, take your piece of it kid
Take your piece or you'll starve
Take your piece, take it kid

Paths, paths, paths
Paths, paths, paths


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"These Paths" as written by Karen Lee Orzolek David Andrew Sitek

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    General CommentThis touches on the interconnections of all things. We are not isolated humans living out our lives. All things exist within a system. This universe allows room for many opportunities that we need to "take a piece" of.

    There is also an element of sexuality which affects most peoples' behavior but also has the ability to lead us down the many paths of life. It's a beautiful song with a positive message, cant beat that!
    mitchelllaon June 06, 2013   Link

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